Since I'm no longer part of Analog Sweden I'm offering my services for vintage synth repairs, if you had a repair done there over the past 20 months then you'll already know my work.
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I've lots of experience with vintage gear, here's a list of just some of the machines I've worked on over the last 12 months
Arp Odyssey MKI/MKII/MKIII
Oberheim Four Voice/Eight Voice/SEM
Roland System 100 - 101
Roland System 100 - 102
Sequential Circuits Pro One
Sequential Circuits Prophet 5
Sequential Circuits Prophet 2000
Sequential Circuits Prophet T8
Sequential Circuits Prophet VS
A blog relating to vintage analog Roland "x0x" musical instruments. Primarily focusing on the SH-101, MC-202, TB-303, TR-606, TR-808, TR-909. Also featuring eurorack modular synthesis and DIy projects.
Thursday, September 30, 2010
Sunday, September 5, 2010
Roland SH-101 Modifications
You can wire the LFO outputs direct from the rear of the LFO selection knob at these points. Wire the tip of the jack to the point in question and wire the sleeve of the jack to a convienient ground.
You can wire the oscillator outputs direct from the rear of the source mixer faders at these points. Wire the tip of the jack to the point in question and wire the sleeve of the jack to a convienient ground, with the VCF cutoff cv, add a 100k resistor in line to the tip of the jack. To wire up the triange output, simply wire the tip of the jack to pin 10 on the CEM3340 ic. (this is done exactly the same as it is for the MC202 vesrion of this mod, details here)
work in progress...
6th September UPDATE
I added this picture of my ground wire (red wire center of the pic.) As you can see theres a nice little ground symbol marked on the control board. I found this to be the best place to take ground from for this mod. Also your connection wires should be shielded wire, leave the ground floating at the pcb end (you'll see mine have some heat shrink tubing to insulate the shield from touching the board and connect the shield at the jack end, this will create nice little rf jackets for your "live" wires. If you don't use shielded wire you'll end up with some bleed through from the circuits.
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